Livre: Pourquoi je hais l’indifférence par Gramsci, Antonio, et les bibliothèques

English

J’avais trouvée cet livre dans la bib. publique:

Même s’il écrivait in 1917, plusieurs pages m’ont frappé

comment toujours pertinentes aujourd’hui:

P. 34: Fable d’Ésope “L’aigle, le laie et la chatte”

P. 35 “le comprendre pour tenter de le modifier.”

et “La colère, instrument des puissants, arme des faibles”

P. 38 Il faut:

1. Sentir l’indignation (pour l’injustice)

2. Penser aux causes fondamentales, et

3. Imaginer les solutions

P. 55 “L’indifférence … les décourage jusqu’à les faire

renoncer parfois à leur entreprise héroïque.”

P. 196 “Trois années de guerre… Nous voyons des hommes …

là où hier nous ne voyions que des états ou des individus

représentatifs.”

P. 200 “Nous avançons par intuitions plus que par

raisonnements;” Oui, ça fait difficile coordonner les efforts.

P. 204 Est-ce que c’est vrai: oublier les mots -> oublier

les choses?

Des Pages 110-112, Gramsci faisait l’éloge d’un roman par

H.G. Wells, chose qui m’encourage. Malgré mes usages des

travaux de Gramsci dans ma thèse et dans ma vie perso, je

m’avais demandé, en lisant ce livre, comme puis j’apprendre

inspirer les gens d’aider aux autrui atteindre leur plein

potentielle au lieu de railler contre eux qui n’aident pas.

Bretagne,

8,8,12015 ère Holocène/Human Era

 

   Salût ! 

Choses à Faire: 

 

1.) Pense à une chose que te mets en colère.

2.) Cherches aux possible causes.

3.) Partage ces posibilités avec nous.

Dear Readers, any additional ideas toward learning, especially multiple #LanguageLearning as part of on-going education and empathy-building, to #EndPoverty, #EndHomelessness,  #EndMoneyBail & achieve freedom for All HumanKind

Support our key #PublicDomainInfrastructure  & #StopSmoking for CCOVID-19:
1. #PublicLibraries,
2. #ProBono legal aid and Education,
3. #UniversalHealthCare, and
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Read, Write

Stayed on Freedom's Call: Cooperation Between Jewish And African-American Communities In Washington, DC, Ranked Choice Voting and Housing for ALL!!, Teach and Learn (Lesson Plans)!

 

ShiraDest

NaNoWriMo 2020 CE

November, 2020 CE = 12020 HE

(The previous lesson plan since this post, and the most recent lesson plan…)

6 thoughts on “Livre: Pourquoi je hais l’indifférence par Gramsci, Antonio, et les bibliothèques

  1. You’e so energetic! How many people are involved n your site? There was one posting of yours that I thought must have been a mistake, from your job or something. You do write at a pretty high level (besides the French). Maybe you could–or have done– a very simple post telling how you developed your interests and how many are involved and a grass-roots explanation about what infrastrucure is and how it’s funded. As for reading a tragedy, I’m embarrassed to say sad stories haunt me so I try not to read books with very sad endings. After the investment in hours reading, to be left depressed is more than I can handle just now, along with being self-quarantined. Are the couple at the top of this blog relatives? I admire and support who you are and what you’re doing.

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    1. Hi, Nan:
      First, thank you very much for your encouragement and support! I really need and appreciate it.
      I don’t feel energetic right now! I’m so far behind on my daily blog posting goals this week, I’ve scheduled almost nothing!
      I’m not sure I understand what you mean by “How many people are involved n your site?”
      -Do you mean in terms of active readers who comment on my blog, or do you mean as in other writers?
      I am the only person writing (the only author) my blog, but I am going through and updating old posts and old journal entries, so my entries from 2004, etc, may look like a different writer.

      Hmmm: “…a very simple post telling how you developed your interests and how many are involved and a grass-roots explanation about what infrastrucure is and how it’s funded.”
      Sure, thank you for suggesting this. Let me ponder this, because it looks like you are suggesting several posts (my interest, PublicDomainInfrastructure…).
      I do have one general page on that subject: https://shiradest.wordpress.com/what-is-publicdomaininfrastructure/
      -but I’d love comments that page as to how I could further elaborate or simplify, if you can be more specific, please, Nan?

      And the couple on my background image (thank you for asking!!) are Marie and Adolphus Johnson, my adoptive great grandparents: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Nash-3390

      Thanks again, Nan!
      Best,
      Shira

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      1. I’m looking forward to it….Are you connected with Gronda Morin? Her name flashed at the beginning of your post…My blog is taking me away from re-doing my transgender novel, so I may skip around with my time for a bit. I’d try and do D’verse more but keep missing the right Thursday….There was a site that continued comments but I can’t find it now. Do you know? …How are you liking the bible book so far? Sounds interesting.

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